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Alphabet deal with AKS Fleet Solution gives access to Serbia


Alphabet now offers operational leasing and financial leasing products to organisations in Serbia via AKS Fleet Solution, bringing the total number of countries in which the fleet management provider conducts business to 22.

Rüdiger Ebel, head of new markets at Alphabet International welcomed the partnership with AKS Fleet Solution, in Belgrade. “They have a reputation for excellent service to its customers and we look forward to collaborating with our new partners to extend the full range of our collective services in this growing economy,” he said.

“We are all excited to see what we can accomplish for our customers with AKS Fleet Solution, Belgrade.”

Petar Gavranovic, CEO of AKS Fleet Solution, also welcomed the partnership. He said: “We are very much looking forward to working with our new partner Alphabet to serve their clients in Serbia. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to join a very successful partner who is an expert in mobility and enables us to further develop our products and services for the benefit of all of our clients.

“By collaborating, we are able to provide tailor-made business mobility solutions that fulfil global enterprises’ mobility demands in Serbia.”

AKS Fleet Solution was established in 2013 in Šabac, Serbia and employs a workforce of around 19 people today. The company is currently one of the top five companies in the operational leasing market in Serbia. 

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